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by ERPI Classroom Films, Inc.
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Life and work of the people who live in Chengtu, located in a valley in western China.
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Topic: China
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Newsday was begun in 1940 in Long Island and this film shows the paper's role in the growth of the community and many shots of historical Long Island. It also conveys Newsday's approach to journalism.
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Topic: need keyword
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by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
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Shows writing and editing jobs for newspapers and magazines in the deep analog era.
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Topics: Occupations: Media, Communication: Writing, Media: Newspapers
Stock Footage
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Footage of the Internet Archive's version of the Kirtas APT 1200 book scanning system in Toronto Canada. This footage can be used as stock footage without restriction. The first section is an operator working with the robot on every page turn. Later there is a section where the robot runs without being touched. Another movie by the vendor Kirtas . Another customer article and movie .
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Topic: robot
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This is a silent print of the film which shows how telephone transmission lines are used to convey network programs to radio stations located in various sections of the country.
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Topic: need keyword
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by Murphy (Owen) Productions
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Employee orientation film for telephone company workers explaining structure and corporate values of the Bell System. With excellent footage of communications workers and everyday life, in Technicolor.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Occupations: General, Occupations: Electronics
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by Unknown
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History of telephone development from 1877 to 1935.
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Infrastructure: Information
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by Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
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favorite 53
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A young man sketches a generic human (ÂMr. ManÂ) who takes us back through history to show us how humans developed a need to communicate and the devices to do so. Then shows us how telephones enable the modern mid-Sixties world. Part-animated by the master John Hubley. Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Educational Research and Story: W.H. Schneider. Animation: John Hubley. With Wright King (Uncle Bill); Pat Cardi (Jimmy); Pam Ferden (Susie); Richard Webb (Police Captain).
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Topics: Communication: Telephone, Animation, 1960s
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by MPO Productions, Inc.
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Henry Ford II introduces this film designed to encourage private citizens to unite and support road improvement. Part of the lobbying campaign that culminated in legislation authorizing the Interstate Highway system in 1956, this film shows community efforts to improve and increase safety on the Bayshore Highway in the San Francisco Bay Area; congestion in Pittsburgh and the Golden Triangle redevelopment area; the economic benefits of Boston's circumferential highway, Route 128; and safety...
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Topics: Infrastructure: Roads and highways, San Francisco: Infrastructure, Manifest destiny
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0659 PA8670 Birth of a City
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Topic: need meta
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by Shad E. Graham
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Advertising film presenting landmarks, businesses and people of a Philadelphia suburb.
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Topics: Philadelphia, Pa., Cities: U.S., Suburbia
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by Sutherland (John) Productions
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In this corporate-sponsored cartoon, Martian dissidents learn that oil and competition are the two things that make America great.
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Topics: Economics, Oil industry, Advertising: Animation
Deep Dish TV
by Diana Agosta, Andrew Blau, and David Shulman
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This program shows community television producers and public access centers in cities and towns throughout America. People of various ethnic, racial, socioeconomic and geographic backgrounds, highly skilled producers and those who have never had their hands on equipment, all go to make up the public access community. Whether assembled in million dollar studios or in portable trailers, these profiles demonstrate the significance of community made media. Produced by Diana Agosta, Andrew Blau, and...
Topic: deep dish tv
Community Video
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When Hurricanes Katrina and Rita struck the Gulf Coast, residents looked to local and federal governments for help. But the same mismanagement that left the Coast so vulnerable to the hurricanes slowed down relief efforts, even preventing private organizations from providing aid and transportation. Filling the gap left by the institutions who ought to have provided relief, local groups have been at the core of the most successful efforts. Hear from two evacuees, Gloria Brown and Clarita...
Topic: hurricane katrina, katrina, common gruond, other voices, peninsula peace and justice center, paul...
Deep Dish TV
by Karen Einstein and DeeDee Halleck
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Can making a little of their own media be a homeopathic remedy against the massive doses of corporate culture kids consume daily? Teachers and facilitators worked with children to produce television from a kids point of view. Herb Kohl talks about computers and kids. A children's newscast, a portrait of a graffiti writer and a documentary on the life of a Bowery wino are just a few examples of subjects that concerned and interested young video producers. Produced by Karen Einstein and DeeDee...
Topic: deep dish tv
Media Burn
by Nancy Cain, Bart Friedman, Parry Teasdale
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One portion of an episode of Lanesville TV, a pioneering community program broadcast weekly by Media Bus. The Lanesville crew jokingly investigates a UFO sighting, getting the whole community to play along.
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Topic: Classic Vintage Video
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by Dudley Pictures Corporation
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Railroads and how they keep the U.S. economy rolling.
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Topic: Transportation: Railroad
Earstroke
by Milieu
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Milieu has a special way with making sounds unique to his style. abusing his drum lines with rigorous trips to and fro old, dusty, obsolete tape decks, sipping tea, petting cats, that sort of thing. Stray Trains is a warm and pleasant listen from a happily magical Milieu.
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Topics: IDM, Ambient, Downtempo
Source: http://www.earstroke.com/EAR019.html